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R. Shivaji Rao Members from various Domestic Worker's Movement protest to demand Ratify and implement C 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers on International Domestic Worker's Day in Chennai. A file photograph.

Domestic work mostly takes place under extremely difficult and oppressive conditions, with low pay, no limits on working hours, lack of respect for the workers, and almost no protection or social security. By Jayati Ghosh


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